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eading politidfel issue* bf the fty at Wes- 1% Satnfdfty €f«tiifig. Ite gathering will be held ib Gatlttfther^ hew flfgchlfiefy ball. —• "'i-- ,_•"•. ' ?ilf /\^ 11 1 ^"'--x -r*^ ^y ^V^T^^'*^* ^* i ta/V> -^ ^*l* *~ "•' ^ * i; foWA, J-;-,H^ H«W» ii.so ...,..- 76 fftonthS...i.., 40 ftdflfess at above fates. ofdftr, fexpresiofdef, ftppllcatloti. ... . . i A! h6Wby ftflflottnce myself as a candidate for -tnSisfflee of eoiittty attofhey, subject to the action ei the Wpubuesn county B. V v , 1 her etJy announce myself as a candidate tot • -the office of county attorney, subject to the 1 Action of the republican county contention. ' "•'. J. 0. BAYMOSi). t hereby fttttiotince myself as a canflidnte for --the office of county recordefj subject to the ac- tlon of the republican county convention. , ' M. P. The formal letter of acceptance of the republican nomination for the jpi?esliletiC5' was given out by Mnjor jMoKittley Wednesday. The salient ^paragraphs appear on the second page *>t this paper. It is a strong, dignified, ample discussion of the issues of the campaign, splendid In tone and able in treatment. Senator Allison, upon -.reading it, wrote to Major McKinley the following note: "Iwant to congratulate you on your .letter of acceptance. It is most admirable - in temper and style and Unanswerable in statement. I especially wish to congratulate you on your discussion of the money question. Your position is unassailable and you argue the question with , .consummate skill." ONE THING AT A TIME. The Courier reprints an editorial .from THE UPPEH DES MOINES of a jear ago, in which at' that time this paper pointed out what in its opinion was necessary in the way of silver legislation after the 16 to 1 idea had been disposed of. The Courier does not emphasize this latter clause, but _it appears several times in the article. . Disposing of this 16 to 1 free coinage idea is what the people are now engaged in. It''is absolutely the first .etep in any permanent movement for the re-establishment of silver. Until the notion that the existing dollar is beating some one out of 60 cents every time it changes hands, and the notion that the United States can maintain a ratio, and especially a false ratio, be. tween two commodities like gold and "Silver, one or both of which are owned And speculated in by every nation on .earth, fere both effectually disposed of, •there is nothing further to be done. One thing at a time, well done, is the ^natural and orderly method of getting •toward any desired goal. The Courier quotes the remaining ..suggestions in this editorial, which are , in effect that disposing of the 16 to 1 idea is not a final solution, but that the -real problem still remains, as though ,they were something very different •from the present utterances of THE UPPER DES MOINES. In this it must ,rely upon the ignorance of its readers. -•THE UPPER DES MOINES has reiterated at every opportunity this same sentiment. It is the republican position in this campaign. No one proposes to stop' with the defeat of the ;free coinage platform. The republican platform pledges an aggressive effort to secure an international agreement— and so good a democratic authority as the New York World says that if President Cleveland had acted as congress requested him to act, such an agreement would have been reached a The state platform pledges Iowa congressional delegation to ^special effort, Senator Allison's letter ^points out the need of it, Senator Sherman's speech is square and un- .equivocal on this point, while Major MoKinJey's letter of acceptance leaves -no shadow of doubt as to his intentions if he is elected, The republican party has always been the friend of silver as a, money -jnetftl, and the effort to make voters believe that it is not in this campaign, dimply because it is resisting an experiment which is advocated for the i purpose of cheapening the dollar, not deceive any man who reads thinly. The. republican party jtancje in tbis "campaign for the in- ,$egr}£y,of the dollar, the inviolability <ipf public and private contract, and the .fggtpraticw of an actual bimetallism , basts of guaranteed parity be* i gold and silver tQ be secured by .International agreement ov by such B will effect the desired wBeft thfe wlM bld^s with let* 6f thflftde and licrhtnlBg and no rain, they call it & free silver stoftit—lots of noise ftfid no .T. S3. fc. Matkiey 6f Mftsoh City made a great speech at the Den Marines democratic cotivehtion, James was ttn otatot back Ifi Iowa City days, ftnd htt foi-gotten hone of thokhnok, Vp at Afn»lrong a fatmer wrote a check for four hufidred dollars on oh6 of the banks last Saturday, payable in gold. Pay menlin thattnetal was refused) and the holder had to take silver. Geo. B. Roberts' pamphlet on Iowa grain markets Since 1860 16 being sent to all who want it. It Should be read by eVery farm er in Kossuth county. It is the best publication 6f the campaign and has permanent value. Mere is a sample of the htitnor ot the campaign, The Minneapolis Penny Press has a report from Algona Which begins! "Hundreds of Germans in northwestern Iowa are declaring for free silver and or ganizing clubs." , West Bebd Journal: THE UPPEH DES MOINES last we ek tnkes up an editorial o the Emtaetsburg Democrat of two Weeks ago, abd answers it by sections in a man nor that brings out the republican Idea o: the cause and cure of the present business stridency so well that we print the article in full. Here is what Bryan said in 1892 i If th democratic party conies into power in al the departments of the government, it wil not destroy industry; it will not injure la bor. It will bring prosperity and joy am happiness, not to a few, but to everyon without regard to station or condition. In that day, democrats will be king. Long live the king. H. H. Cornick of Livermore sold 57 hem of cattle last week to Geo. W. Hanna o Lu Verne and got $20 gold pieces wlthou any hesitation. While up Mr. Cornick in troduced John O'Nell. a free silver man, t Mr. Hanna and the Gazette says: Every body who was within hearing distance say that the liveliest impromptu political dts cussion that has been hoard this season oe curred right then and there. J. W. McMullen of Wesley used to live i J. B. Romans' county. He says : We wis. it wore possible for every voter in this con gresalonal district to get a good look atbotl candidates, Dolliver who stands for soum money and protection, and Romans wh stands for free silver and free trade. Jus a good look without a word from either them, would not only convince 16 to 1 bu 99 to 1 that J. P. Dolliver is the man to b trusted and the one worthy of our votes. Frank Pnrrell of Fort Dodge looks lik M. D. O'Connoll. The latter had been en gaged to speak to the Rolfe republican club and some members seeing the former be gan talking to him about his speech. H caught on, and imitating^O'Connell as we as he could, he said he was changing hi mind on the silver question and was i doubt whether the republican plan wa right or not. The Rolfe man got away an told the boys they had put their foot in it When O'Connell came he had to explai quite a while. The Emmetsburg Democrat now discuss es the money now lying idle in banks .a though the bankers controlled it. The have no control of it. It is owned wholl by the depositors, and in the older parts o the state by farmers almost wholly. In Mon ticello the farmei-s have over three million on deposit in one bank. This money is no in active use not because bankers are hole ing it back, but because the people lac confidence necessary to investment. Th first step towards a restoration of prosper ity is getting this money into circulation To do that, the people — not the bankers — must have assurance of a settled nationa policy. That is just as true in Emmetsbur as it is anywhere. . Jf-tbe Qpuriei' flesjres to further IN THIS DTEIGHBOBHOOD. Earl Stephens has imported'a fin English pointer bird dog to Ledyard. Dr. Fry took up a traveling foo racer at Germaniti last week, and bea him. Mayor Dawson of Estherville has re signed. Estherville is a red-hot towr for political turmoil. Estherville is putting on city airs bj having the houses numbered, and a city directory is to be issued. Herman Doege has rented his farm in the north part of the county and wil open a hardware store in Eltnore. Thos. Sherman of Bancroft took a party of Humboldt friends out on a hunting trip in Minnesota last week. Burt Monitor: G. S. Angus left yes terday to adjust fifty-seven losses in the State Mutual in Story and Mar shall counties, Armstrong Journal;' B. F. Crose Kossuth county's genial cleric of courts was in Armstrong last Saturday look; ing after his farm west of town. Garner Signal: Prof. Lilly of Algo na has been engaged for several day surveying arid leveling on the Madison ditch, making Garner his headquarters Wesley Reporter: R, P, Chapin's large hay stack was discovered to be on fire about 10:80 last night and was with difficulty put out. It is supposed to have been set by tramps. Alex, Younie's residence at Wes Bend was struck by lightning Saturday morning, The damage was slight bq the scare to the occupants severe, The chimney was dismantled and other ev idences of the strife were visible, Ledyard Leader: Mr.' and Mrs. IJ L. Lpnle apd children, 'Miss Penny" o: this place, and Miss Bright of Algona weqt to'Silver lake, Minn,, Monday on a fishing expedition, and Tuesday was a great flab day at the city meai market, ' Livermore Gazette: Miss Mary Me Dermott of Algona, who has been visiting at the Conner home, returned Tuesday. * * Will Carlon of Algona was on our streets Saturday, * * He, i columns with matter of this Tjjp UPPER PES MOJNBS will : iMpieb it with entirely new editorials, J, and will a}ep give iseleQtjipp of clippings ties and writings pf all MsKiflley Wfsley at Its lOWtay m&t $f Mi and Mrs. C, S 0. Simpson of Algona spent Sunday in Livevwore, Mason City Republican: Miss Laura, daughter pf Mr. P, M, Randall of AJgpna. la visiting her many relative; in this city. We bear that Mr, Raq dftll will be a candidate for reoomjna tjon for recorder in his county, and bis many friends here hope be may be sue EstUervUle Pemoerat; & E. Bayers pf-Algpna., aeeista.nt state veterinarian, ' Wednesda seyeral o^aeji, Q/ hog county and pronounces it He rfojpfflmjjnas gepara trm the wan hpgi *wd in this cholera. the iiok the Ms 1 td 4 tfi ffttrdr of the fofrnef, »htie he frequency of flashes during a thfJh- dgfstbrnl wR8 fe'duced !ft the.pfOttflrMofi *fifi MOM'S MA&A2INES. The Atlantic Monthly for Septem- >er Will contain two important articles rearing On the political campaign — one on The Election of the President" by the historian, John B. MeMaSter, and the other, a very striking baper, on "TheProb- fetnbf the West" by Prof. Frederick J. Turner of Wisconsin. He traces the apparent eastern and western sectionalism and maintains that the true American is tlio matt of the middle west. The economic reasons for a divergence of opinion, 011 the currency question for instance, are so clear ly indicated that the article is particularly illuminating as a study of opinion as shown in the present campaign. ' 4- ••*• 4- The accounts of "The New Olympian Games" at Athens catne to this country in brief cable dispatches or scrappy letters. Scribnor's publishes the first adequate account of the Whole Spectacular event which is of the greatest interest to Americans bj reason of their conspicuous success. Prof. Uufus B. Richardson, director of the American school at Athens, who had every advantage of seeing the games under favorable auspices, has written this accouni with enthusiasm and fervor aroused by the fine impression made at the games by the American representatives. 4-4-4- In "A Fatal Campaign," (September Midland Monthly, Des Moines,) Col. A. G Hatry vividly describes the pivotal battles of Franklin and Nashville. Mrs. C. F McLean, who wrote "Stovenson'at Gretz,' tells the Midland's readers of Senator For alcer of Ohio, and his charming family, il lustrating " the paper with latest photo graphs. Christmas Eve and Christmas morning in Bethlehem aud Jerusalem is the inspiring theme of N. Tjernagel. W. S Moore, author of "The Famous Charge a Ft. Donelson," discusses Agriculture ant Mechanic Arts at Ames. Frank W. Calk ins' "Young Homesteaders" are beginning to talk of books and think of love. Th( editorial department reveals a note o_ preparation for the October event, the bo penning of " Grant's Life in the west," by Col. John W. Emerson of Missouri, a friend and comrade of the general. Much in tores is folt in this forthcoming serial. Evidtint ly the Midland has made a hit. 4- -4- 4- The frontispiece of the Septembe Century is a portrait of the late Harrie Soecher Stowe, after a dnguorroetype tak en in 1852. Other illustrations of Mr Richard Burton's biographical sketch o "The Author of 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' " ar a fine reproduction of George Richmond' ideal portrait made in 1858, and a photo graphic portrait taken in 1888. There arc also pictures of tho house at Brunswick Me., where "Uncle Tom's Cabin" wa written, and of Mrs, Stowe's summe home at Mandarin, Fla. A few lines of th original manuscript of the immortal stor are also given in facsimile. -f- -4- -*The close of the vacation season aoc the taking up. of the duties of school lif once more are signalized in the Septembe number of St. Nicholas. Miss Agnes Rep plier contributes a sketch entitled "A School a Hundred Years Ago," in whicl she shows how much better treatment i. accorded children today than was tho lot o their ' great-grandmothers. Quoting from the accounts of the girls of long ago, Mis Repplier draws a picture of school life a the close of the last century that is fa from attractive. School rooms were ex tremely cold in winter, discipline wa rigid to a degree, and the girls wer strapped to fiendish contrivances to irnik- them stand erect. TWO IMFQBTANT SUITS. Iluss Uiii The Ilulsoy Hay Case and the Luild Title Canes Attract versal Attention. The arguments in the Halsey-Evering ham hay cases closed last Wednesday and Judge Quarton, who is in Storm Lake holding court, will render an opinion soon. The decision is beine watched by all shippers and commis sion men with great interest. Fron $12,000 to $20,000 is involved. Evering ham handled 1,200 cars of hay for Nic Halsey of West Bend, in Chicago He reported the price the hay wa sold for at from $10 to $20 less a ca than he actually did sell it for. Thi court in Chicago compelled him to make a list of the 1,200 cars, to whom sold, and at what price. As soon ai this was done, he brought in chargei for cartage, railway extras, and com missions, to account for the difference claiming that this is. the custom o Chicago hay dealers and in the regular course, of business. Geo. E, Clarki assisted by Col. Clarke, put grea stress upon the fact that as agent foi Halsey it was his duty to report all o these things, and that no custom ii Chicago could be allowed to over-ride the plain provisions of law governing agents, and that if such a ouston should be upheld it .would be a plair invitation to commission men to com rait fraud. Burke, a Chicago lawyei of prominence, assisted Soper & Mor ling for Everingham, and the trial was for all there was in it. Twenty original notices in this issue open the Russ land title cases, and th< whole story of the Lund forgeries Prom $60,000 to $80,QOO-is involved in the suits thus begun, 'and 'Clarke ;& Cohenour have the roost important as well as most interesting piece of litigation on hand ever begun in northern Iowa, Probably no law firm Jn the state has had this year two cases involving more money or more interest ing and intricate questions than the Halsey case and these Russ cases, BHJ BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT, Perry Cuplin, M»e West Bend ventor, Charged wUU R» 41$9)ia Lady's AlfeoHoii The following special from West Send appears in the Marshalltown •Times-Republicou: A breach of prom ise suit for $JO,OQO was recently brought against P. P, Cuplin, one of the most promioent wen in the city, by Miss Mattie Miller, formerly of Algona. house, CAW-S Sherman,-At the Center school ay, gem;. *, at 4 o'claofe p, M. QK M the Herman gcftool house, ' , raw jurors (tor the dlstrlcl * Stewart school feoijae, ORIGINAL NOTICE. in the District Court 6! the,Stated towa. in ana •-* ^-......i. n_n n >* October Term, A. D. IBHO. plaintiff, n. TH66dore i, and Lottie A. ?SSrSS 6 d that t^petmobottbe plaintiff in the above entltlsd cause w fib*.filed In ^fSf^^^&Vff&fQ^ ot you that rie is the absolute ahd nnqnaililed owner of the following real estate, to-wlt: The southeast quartef and the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, all In .w. 3», iwp. BO. Ronee 28, Kossuth county. Iowa- And asking that the title liwieto t.o anleted In him, and that the defendants imrt e.uii ot them be forever barred and estopped liom asserting or claiming any title In said real estiiit; and unless you appear thereto and defend beroii- noon of the second day of the next term, bfin; tlie October term, of aald cnurt. which will cpimuence at, Algo m on the 6th day of October, 1896. default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1890. 24t4 CLARKE & COHENOOK, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE, in the District Court of the State ot Iowa, In and for Kossuth County* October Term, A, D. 18W). —Lewis HUBS, trustee, plaintiff, vs. James Hill tuVames e Hlll! tt Marla Hill, Wllhelm flllech, and Irstlne Blelch, defendants. You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff In the above-entitled cause is now filed In the office of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa, In and for Kojsuth county, claiming ofyouthathe Is the absolute and unqualified owner ot the following real estate, to-wlt: The east half of the northwest quarter, the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter, and the north 30 acres of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, all In Sec. 7. Twp. 90, Range 27, Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and that the defendants und each of them be forever barred and estopped from asserting or claiming any tltln In siiid real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the Octobei term, of snld court, which will commence at Algo na on the Oth day of October, 1800, default wil be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1800. 24t4 CLARKE & COHENODR, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE, In the District Court of the State of Iowa. In and for Kossuth County, October Turin, A. D. 1896 —Lewis Russ, trustee, plaintiff, vs. James M Wlllson et al.. defendants. To James M. Wlllson, Amelia Wlllson, Mrs. L. E Ben hum. and C. Thompson, defendants. You are hereby notified that the petition of th plaintiff In the above-entitled cause Is now filed In the office of the clerk of the district court ot the state of Iowa, In anil I'orKossiith county, claiming of you that ho Is the absolute and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-wlt: The north half of the northeast quarter and tin southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Sec JJO, Twp. 90, Range 28. Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and Unit the defendants and each of them be forever barred and estopped from asserting o claiming any title in said real estate; and unles you appear thereto and defend before noon of tin second day of the next term, being the Octobe term, of said court, which will commence at Algo na on the Oth day of October, 1890. default wll be entered against you and judgment and clecre rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1890. 24t4 CLARKE & COHENOUB, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, In an for Kossuth County; October Term, A. D. 18110 —Lewis Rugs, trustee, plaintiff, vs. Ptter Win Hausen et a)., defendants. To Peter Wm. Hansen, Alarle Hansen, W. W Turlay, Anna M. Turlay, Wm. Britten. Dor Rrltten, and Mrs. L. E. Benlmm, defendants: You ure hereby notified that the petition of th plaintiff in the above-entitled cause Is now mod 1 the office of the clerk of the district court of th state of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, clalmlu, of you that he Is the absolute and unquall(le> owner of the following real estate, to-wlt: The northwest quarter of Sec. 26, Twp. 90 Range 27, Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto bo quieted It him, and that the defendants and each of them b forever barred and estopped from asserting o claiming any title In said real estate; and unles you appear thereto and defend before noon of th second day of the next term, being the Octobe term, of said court, which will commence at Alg< ua on the Oth day of October, 1890, default wl be entered against you and judgment and decrat rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A D, 1896. 24t4 OLAKKK & COHENOUU, Attys. for Plff. 'ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the Stace of Iowa, in an for Kossuth County, October Term, A. D. 1896 —Lewis Kuss, trustee, vs. William Britten et al defendants. To William Britten, Fred. B. Townsend, P. H Carter. Alice R. Carter, C. H. Woodward. S. Woot ward, S. T. Woodward, and E. A. Woodwarc guardian of S. T. Woodward, insane, and Ann! S. Paton, defendants: You are hereby notified that the petition of th plaintiff In the above-entitled cause Is now filed 1 the office of the clerk of the district court of th state of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, claimln of you that he la the absolute and unquullto owner of the following real estate, lo-wit: The east halt of Sec.-27, Twp.,96, Range 27 Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted 1. him, and that the defendants and each of them be forever burred and estopped from asserting o claiming any title In said real estate; and unles you appear thereto and defend before noon of tb second day of the next term, being the Octobe term, of said court, which will commence at Algo na on the 6th day of October, 1890, default wi be entered against you and judgment and decre rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1896. 24t4 CLABKE & COHKNOUB, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE STATE of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, Octobe term, A. D. 1800,—Fvank H. Meeker, plaint iff, vs. Cora B. Meeker, defendant. To Cora B. Meeker; You are hereby notlflec, that the petition of plaintiff in the above en titled cause is now on file in the office of th clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa in and for Kossuth county* claiming of you divorce from the bonds of matrimony, and a grounds for said divorce plaintiff alleges tha on the 20th day of April, 1893, you, in viola won of your marriage vows, and without an (fault of plaintiff, willfully deserted this plain! iff, and that you have ever since absentee yourself from him without any reasonable o just cause therefor, And that unless you ap pear thereto and defend before noon of th second day of the next term being the Octobe term of the said court, which will commenc at Algona on the Oth day of October, 1896, de fault will be entered against you and judg ment and decree rendered thereon as provide? •Patefl this 18th day of August, AVp, 18DG, ; ' S,' I, SESSl5NS, y 88t4 . Attorney for Plaintiff,' NOTICE OP APPLICATION F.OB PERMIT. In the District Qourt of Iowa in, and for Kos suth County—October Term, J898—in th matter of the application of A. Falkenhain er, a registered pharmacist, fqr a permit t buy, keep, and sell intoxicating liquors. To whom it may concern: Notice is herebj given that the application of the undersigned A. Falkenhainer, a registered pharmacist No 4503, doing business undej the firm name o Ehiers & FalUenhainer, of Algona, in th< county of Kossuth, state of Jowa, praying fo a permit to buy, keep, and sell intoxicating liquors in the building occupied by said flvn as a, drug store, situated on the middle one third of "Lot; One Jn Block Twenty-nine in th< City of Algona, Iowa, according to the record ed plat thereof, will be on flie in tb,e office o the clerk of the district court of said oounto on or before the 3«h oay of September, 189,8 and that said cause will come on for hear' In said court at the OptoVerterm thereof, to ue begun and held at Algona, in &aid county, on the Oth day of October, 18»Q. A. FAtttpNHAWEfl, Applicant, Cr.AKKja & OOHBNOVK, S4t4 Attorneys for Applicant. OF RRAWfNG' JURORS, The stftte of iQwa, Kossuth County, ss.— Np ;lce is hereby given that on Wed.ueVday, *the 84 a%y of SepfenHpW, J808, at the hour of o'clock : in th& afternoon of said day, at Ihe o( to ox the county auaitpp of saia T coanty, the lst ORIGINAL NOTICE. WJ>m«SS% !$&«££ %«& ?££ —'•- vs. S. T. Dan- 'oS T< Danlais, John Govern, Daniel Pierce, an insane pewon, and Fred. B. Tp*nsend, his conservator, Magnus Carlson, and Henrietta Carlson, defendant*. f , Xou aw hereby nottiied that the petition of the laliitlff in the above entitled cause 19 now filed In he office ot the clerk of the district court ot UP tate of iowit, in and tor Rosso h county, ewimlug f you hut he Is the absolute and unqualified naontheethdayof: Oetot>«, if be e&tereti against you aha ' u " AIIQ tu*K.uig iu*ib me iinc uipr'-to be quietcu in ilm, and that the defendiinWHiid each of them be forever barred and estopped irmn asserting or claiming any tltli to said n-al estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend b'fore noon of the econd day of the noxt term, being the October erffl, of said court, whl h will cornmehce at Algona on the flth day of OcMvr. 1896, default will ie entered against you ttnd judgment ahd decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1896.. 24t4 CLARKE & COHENODB, Attys. for Plff.. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa. In and for KOssuth County, October Term, A. D. 189H. —Lewis fiuss. trustee, plaintiff, vs. Magnus Carlsen, etal..defendants. , To Magnus Carlsen and Henrietta Carlson, de- You are hereby notified that the petition of the jlaintlff In the above-entitled cause Is now filed In he office of the clerk ot the district court of the state of Iowa. In and for Kossuth county, claiming of you that ho Is the absolute and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-wlt: The north half of the northwest quarter of Sec. 3, Twp. 98, Range 27, Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In lilm, and that the defendants and each of them tie forever barred and estopped from asserting or claiming any title In said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algona on the Oth day of October. 1896, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered theroon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1890. 2414 CLAIIKK & COHKNODR, Attrs. for Plff. PlerW sane person, and Fred. B. ToWhsend nig gervfttof, John C. Hansen, Ella Hangers enZel Zenlsek - the office of the cieHc of the district torn? 1* a «l5 state of Iowa, In and for Kossuth eouh?yci a °iUhS of you that he Is the absolute and unoBlS? owner of the following teal estate?t£wit- IM The north half of the southeast auartM> <tf o.* 30, and the east half of the northeast;&««*! e & See. 31. nil in TWp. 98i n.»<i**> OT iK:.:i"S rl ?T of o And asking that the title thereto be biiiet him, and that the defendants (ihd each of f of ever barred ahd estopped ffotti £ss« claiming any title in said real estate)188 ' second day of the next term, belhe the term, of said court, which will cornmen™ at A na on the Oth day of October, 18967defauii*«n be entered against you and Judgment and decr« rendered thereon, as provided by law. e Dated this 2d day of September, A, i) 1 soft 24t4 CLARKE & COHKKOUR, Attys. fr ~ ORIGINAL NOTICE. In tlie District Court of the State of Iowa, In and for Kossuth Couuty, October Term, A. D. 18UO. —Lewis Russ, trustee, plaintiff,* vs. Clius. J. Anderson etnl., defendants. To Chiis. J. Anderson, Ellen Hutchlns, William F. Cullies. Bertnu V Collies, Lore Alford, and Mrs. Lore Alford, defendants. You are hereby notified that the petition ot the plaintiff In the above-entitled cause Is now filed In the otiice ol the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, clulmlnp of you that lie Is the absolute und unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-wlt: The west half of the southwest quarter of Sec. 2. Twp. 90, Range 27, Kossutb county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and Hint the defendants and each of them be forever barred und estopped from asserting or claiming any title In suld real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the October term, ol said court, which will commence at Algo na on the Oth day of October, 1890, default will be entered against you und judgment and decree rendered thereon, us provided by law. Dnted this 2d day of September, A. D. 1890. 24t4 CLAKKE & COUBNOOR, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, In and for Kossuth County, October Term, A. D. 1890. —Lewis Russ. trustee, plaintiff, vs. JohnSehulte etal., defendants. To John Schulte, Dorothea Vollmer, AnnaSchulte, John H. Keller, Mary Keller, and Harm 0. Peters, defendants: You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff In the above-entitled cause is now filed In the office of the clerk 9f the district court of the stnte of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, claiming ot you that he Is the absolute and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to wit: The southeast quarter of Sec. 2, Twp. 90, Range 27. Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, und that the defendants and each of them be forever burred and estopped from asserting or claiming any title In sain real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second clay of the next term, being the October term, or said court, which will commence at Algona on the Oth d»y of October, 1890, defnult will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A, D. 1890. 24t4 , CLARKE & COIIENOUH, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, In and for Kossuth County, October Term, A. D. 1890. —Lewis Buss, trustee, plaintiff, vs. John F. Kirk et al., defendants^ To John F. Kirk, defendant: You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff In the above-entitled cause Is now filed In the office of the clerk, of the district court of the state of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, claiming ofyouthathe Is the absolute and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-wlt: The north half of the northwest quarter of Sec. 81, Twp. 90, Range 27, Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and that the defendants and each of them be forever barred and estopped from asserting 01 claiming any title in said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the October term, ot said court, which will commence at Algona on the Oth day of October, 1896; default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A, D. 1890. 24t4 CLAUSE & COHENODR, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the Dlslrict Court ot the State ot Iowa, In and for Kossuth County, October Term, A. D, J890 -Lewis HUBS, trustee, plaintiff, vs. Thomas j| Hansen et al., defendants. To Thomas J, Hansen, Uagdalena Hansen, Peter Fries, and Mrs, Leila E. Berilwm, defendants You are hereby nollfied that the petition of the plaintiff in the above-entitled cause IB now filed In the office of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, claiming of you that he la the absolute and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-wlt: The southeast quarter of See, 25, Two. 90 Range 28, Kossuth county, Iowa- • ' And asking that the title thereto be quieted in him, and that the defendants and each of them be forever barred and estopped from asserting or claiming any title in said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the.next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algona on the Oth day of October, 1890, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law, Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1890. 24(4 CLAHKE # COHENODR, Attys, ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for KossuthCpupty, October Term, A™D'l890i -r John Peterson aud Andrew Peterson, plaintiffs vs. Pefer Johnspn et al,, defendants" . • To peter Johiispn.l'rederika Johnson, Daniel Pierce, an insane person, and Fred. B, Town* send, conservator, William F, CalUes, and Ber- 'tlM F, Oallles,defendants. ..w*.»»?i. «J.° l J,& I '?J 1 ^ l '. eb: E. notlfle ?.t. h| ittUepetlllon of the .uv> vuiuo uj. IHO WDIIIUI UK? uitHriut courv 01 me state of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, claiming ofyoHthathe is the absolute and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-w|t: The east half of the southwest quarter of See. 2, Twp. 90, Range 27, Kossuth pounty, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted in him, and that the defendants ana" each of them be forever barred. anU estopped from .asserting op claiming emy title in Bald real estate and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the secouadayoftlienext term, being the October term, of said court, which w u commence at Algona on the Oth day of October, 1896, default will be entered against you uncl JvdgraW »nd aeoree rendered thereon, as provldM py law, WB „ Pfttea this 2U day o( September, A. p. isoa. a/ltA OWRKU * CpwsNOpK, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL . „.._„. In th,e District Court ojthe State ol IQW, Jn and *»B«M&P«SSff^.TL P-A896 a ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in ami for Kossuth County, October Term. A. n looa -Lewis Russ, trustee, plaintiff, vs. Thomni Burke etal., defendants. J-uomn* To Thomas Burke, W. W. Tnrlay, Anna Tnrlat Mrs. L. E. Benhara, Wm. Britten. Dora Brttten* F. H. Carter, Alice R. Carter, and JE A WnSS' ward, guardian of S, T. Woodward. Inaiinn Vn£ S.T. Woodward, defendants! e> ana You are hereby notified that the petition of tt» plaintiff in the abve-entltled cause is now Wed iS iheofflceof the clerk of the district court of t& state of Iowa, In and for Kossuth countv pinimiSS ofyouthathe Is the absolute and unnuaffi? owner of the following real estate, to-wit- luea The west half of the southwest quarter of q»« 26, Twp 90, Range 27, Kossuth county, Iowa- Ct And asking that the title thareto be miietPii in him, and that the defendants and each of them be forever barred and estoppd from asstolnTor claiming any title In said real estate; andI vmlesa you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the October term, of suld court, which will commence at IS na on the (ith day of October, 1890, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered theieon, as provided by law Dated this 2d day of September, A. D..ifinfi 2414 CLARKK & COHBNOUR, Attys. for piff ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the Stale of Iowa In tma for Kossuth County, October Term AD 1888 —Lewis Kuss, trustee, plaintiff, vs. Silas H Thompson et al., defendants. ' - „.,.., ^ T nompson ancl M(lrla p eck( de{end , of the You are hereby notified that tlie owner of the following real estate, to-wlt" The northeast quarter and the southwest Qnar- iowa- eC ' P ' fl °' Ban e e 28, Kossuth county, And asking that the title thereto be auleted In him, and that the defendants and each of them be forever barred and estopped from asserting or claiming any title In said real estate; and I unless you appoar thereto and defend before noon of tho eecond day of the next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at E na on the 6th day of October, 1886. default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law ""««"> o^!, lted ' thl n 2rt day °, £ September, A. D. 1896, 24t4 CLABKE & COHENOUH, Attys. for Plff ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of lowu. in and for Kossuth County, October Term, A"D. 18U6 —Lewis Rues, trustee, plaintiff, vs. John C. detefida'ufs. 15 ' Tomibeud - 9- Thompson etal.) and C. . , Y , ou .,^' e 'wreby notified that the petition of the plaint (I in the above-entitled cause Is now filed In the office of. the clerk of the district court of tho state of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, claiming ofyouthathe is the absolute and unquautte! owner of the following real estate, to-wlt • The southwest quarter of Sec. 11, Twp. 96, Range 27, Kossuth county, Iowa— *"»•>">, hi™ nda ^ k » n ?f t ,1 a 4 h l >tltletnereto be «"'eted In him. and that the defendants and each of them be forever barred- and estopped from asserting or claiming any title In said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algona on the 6th day of October, 1896, default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of Septem her, A. D. 1886. 24t4 CLARKE & COHENODB, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, In and for Kossnth County, October Term, A. D. 1806. _r.««,unn». t.,, D f M „, t, vs. John Hansen To John Bansen. Minnie Hanson, George Iol }i a /fn llfe h eb -l r|0tme ^ tuat tne Petition of the « Sm« a 5f?h "bove-entltled cause Is now filed In the office of the clerk of the district court of the ' 96 ' Hge ' v,. u rtfh 1 .J. lJ . e tltle there '° "e quieted In him, and that the defendants and each ot them be forever barred and estopped from averting or Jl'flmlng any title In said real estate; and unTess the next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algo- S?i"\ t ^H 6 *^ 9f0ol!ob W' 1896, default will b «nrf l i ter rtl U8am8l;youun(1 3 lld smeut and decree rendered thereon, as provided hy law, o Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1896. 24t4 CLABKB& CpHBNonK, Attys for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE, In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and lor Kossuth County, October Term, A, D. 18SH, WVH ' , B , lac S fo l d ' ttdmlnistrator of the estate of Frederick Rooherdanz, plaintiff, vs. John 0. Hansen, Ella Hansen, Andrew Morgensen et al., uB, To said defendants John 0, Hansen, Ella Han- fSP'i 8 ?^ AS d W Morgensens You are hereby, notified that the petition of the plaintiff In the above SfM^iW? |s n °w "led in the oflice of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa, Jn and for Kossuth gounty, claiming of you the sum oJ Nine Hundred and Sixty-nine Dollars as money justly.due from you, and Interest thereon at eight ^percent, troni the let day of July, A. p? 1806, on • Hrin M ^"" J Pi?,? t6 ?? e »°' e or bond % Wnii o! Hansen and E Ua lfan8en,.dHted July l, 1803, for ISlgbt Hundred and Fifty Dollars; a soi asklngthe «nirt q fe 6 w ft*?*ft ln mortgage given to wew» ,? lttln ?, on Wi?(oUowlug deserlhea real estate, X ! n ^m^Wfo? the northeast quarter of ' e ' 'n Township No. Ninety o. Twenty-seven west of Bth P M T H * D » e WQl + wenty-soveji west of tft» SS^SSSS£ I SS!S Ami i pla ' n "" ** s ssaJnst Andrew Morgenseiu » Haumou ^.IJUIOVT tf4M*BOUPv*it 5 ai ' thereto sod defend before NQTICI:, n'w,TTiai v ^*' v " 5} tt }! l|lU *> Y<)l UB V' **« tfUUW, ft ?en5ttnts, R " ft * WUW ana Wi H ' m $> &

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